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Making Mobile Part of Your Lead Gen Strategy

The need to make mobile media part of your lead generation strategy today is obvious. What isn’t so obvious is how to integrate mobile in a way that will effectively engage consumers and

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Feb. 04 2013




Using Co-Registration to Build Your Email Database 4

One question has been dogging marketers for years: how do you obtain and scale the acquisition of consumer permission in the first place?

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Sep. 15 2012




Lyris One Addresses The Age of Exploding Data 22

Lyris One, a new platform from Lyris, offers marketers the opportunity to integrate, sort, analyze and generate campaigns of a wealth of customer data, both from within and outside the company.

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Aug. 26 2012




Marketers Should Let Their Emotions Get The Better of Them 3

In brand advertising, going for the gut yields the gold, according to BrainJuicer’s Orlando Wood. Marketers who tap into the emotional appeal of their ads will also realize quantifiable results — both in terms of viral impact and hard sales metrics such as increased sales and reduced price sensitivity.

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Aug. 13 2012




Pet Relocation Firm Shares Database of Tales (And Tails) Through Social Media, Email 5

Not all data points are easily quantifiable. Take PetRelocation.com, which pulls from its store of successful pet relocation stories based on pet type, destination and origin point when offering quotes for its services. Does cute and cuddly work as a hard-edged sales tactic? Absolutely!

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Aug. 03 2012




Marketers Say Poorly Focused Content Impedes Lead Generation 3

That marketing departments and sales staffs have their differences shouldn’t come as a surprise. But when salespeople are actively rejecting the collateral marketing departments offer, it should not only come as a surprise, but a warning sign.

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Jul. 31 2012




How to Avoid Big Data Analysis Paralysis 7

The great amount of prospect data floating around can get in the way of gaining useful information. TargusInfo’s Paul McConville offers tips on limiting the scope of data gathering to its most effective elements.

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Jul. 29 2012




Mobile Looms Large as Facebook Fights Branding Medium Label 1

There’s a lot more news in Facebook-land than just its recently announced financial performance. Nestled within the company’s very first earning report and related management call are a number of gems regarding how marketers can best make use of changes the social network is planning. Want a hint? Think mobile, and think it a lot.

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Jul. 16 2012




Marketing Data on IT Prospects Varies: Study

Buyers of high-tech offerings within organizations are a highly sought market, and a new study from Bernice Grossman and Ruth Stevens offers insight into the various sources of prospecting data available on them.

“An [information technology] buyer is a big buyer,” says Grossman, president of marketing database consultancy DMRS Group. “They buy a lot, and multiples of the same. And those are becoming such important titles as we move into a digital world that those titles are becoming databases in and of themselves.”

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Jun. 22 2012




New Online Deal Site Targets Gay Male Market 1

DirectMale.com, a newly launched deal site, offers marketers an opportunity to reach an affluent, engaged population. But marketers need to know there are specific ways to speak with — and not speak with — this audience.

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Jun. 18 2012




Five Clues Online Customers May Be Cheating (And How Data Can Win Them Back)

U.S. consumers spent $194.3 billion online in 2011, yet Forrester Research notes that for every $80 companies spent driving traffic to their sites, they spent only $1 trying to convert those visitors into customers. Given how much revenue is up for grabs, and how little companies are spending to stake their claim to it, there are huge opportunities for marketers willing to commit to rewarding, incentivizing and personalizing their visitors' experiences.

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